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# math+hw - Name Section Registered In Math 125 Homework 3...

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Name: Section Registered In: Math 125 – Homework 3 Due Wednesday, March 7 1. An auto company manufactures cars, pickup trucks, and sport utility vehicles (SUV’s). The parts for the body of each vehicle must be stamped out on a press, undercoated, then finish-painted. Suppose the press line can press 35 car bodies per day if just cars are being made (that is, it requires 1/35 of a day to press one car body), 28 truck bodies per day if just trucks are being made, and 24.5 SUV bodies per day if just SUV’s are being made. The undercoating line could coat 40 car bodies per day if just cars were being made, 30 trucks per day if just trucks were being made, and 24 SUV’s per day if just SUV’s were being made. The paint line could paint 30 car bodies per day if just cars were being made, 40 trucks per day if just trucks were being made, and 40 SUV’s per day if just SUV’s were being made. Assume that the rate at which the vehicles are stamped and painted does not change if a combination of vehicles are made during the day. The profit on a car, truck and SUV are

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